The RSS cache is getting a bit cobwebby. Times to toss out some links. There’s more where that came from (said in a Napoleon Dynamite voice) in the Google shared items.
- Ad-Blogging Crank Rants About ‘Must-Attend’ Marketing Confabs. The title says it all. Worth a skim. Via Dennis Miller‘s latest Sunday Afternoon Thoughts.
- Separating the personal from the professional in social media identity. Via PerkettPR’s Persuasive Picks from sometime last month.
- Is content still king?
- The Twitter Conversational Index And The Twitter Noise Ratio. More measurement ideas from Stowe Boyd.
- More good stuff from Boyd: The Growing Backlash Against PR Spam, And The Rationale For MicroPR.
- Firefox Add-ons for Higher Education Web. A plethora of add-ons, toolbars, etc., for Firefox fans.
- Fact-checking the media: the bloggers strike back. Karine Joly connects the dots between some higher ed bloggers vetting some recent Chronicle of Higher Education pieces.
- Meanwhile, journalists aren’t the only ones blowing it with new media. See PR bludgeons itself — again, Robert French’s summary of a discussion going on at PROpenMic tied to the Gina Trapani prspammers wiki story (see Friday’s post).
- What every good marketer knows. Seth Godin dusts off a three-year-old list and adds a few new bullet points.